This stunning cosy loft is located in the Centre of Tbilisi, near Metro Rustaveli . The Comfort and Location of the Apartment Will make your stay unforgetteble.
From the 19th century to the present day, Rustaveli Avenue has been the administrative, cultural and business centre of the city. Government agencies, Museums, Galleries, Theatres, Hotels and Restaurants are located here. Many buildings situated on Rustaveli Avenue are of distinguished artistic, cultural, architectural and historical value.
From the first half of the 19th century, the urban development of the current Rustaveli Avenue, as the main axis of the city, began. In the 1830s, a plan for the development of the area was approved. Plots of land along the main street were distributed to high officials, nobles and military personnel.
The main request of the government was that the artistic appearance of this street should be better than those in other districts. Along with large-scale public buildings, residential houses were also built on the Avenue. These were two-story Tbilisi-type houses with wooden balconies hanging on the facades facing the Avenue and cozy inner courtyards.
In 1891, the numbering of buildings along the Avenue was carried out for the first time. Small houses were replaced by larger scale houses, whose “Europeanised” facades defined the artistic value of the street. From now on, the avenue became a desirable residential area for the bourgeoisie.
By the end of the 19th century, the bustling Avenue was home to theatres, museums, artistic cafes, high-end hotels, clubs and shops. With its Europeanised appearance and mode of life, its contrast with the old parts of the city was striking. The avenue was named after Rustaveli in 1918, during the years of the First Republic of Georgia (1918-1921).